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Novel protein bar delivers alcohol-absorbing benefits

Just in time for the season of holiday happy hours, office parties, and festive family gatherings, a company called Zeno Functional Foods is introducing a protein bar formulated specifically to help promote sobriety by reducing alcohol absorption.
December 13, 2019
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Novel protein bar delivers alcohol-absorbing benefits

Just in time for the season of holiday happy hours, office parties, and festive family gatherings, a company called Zeno Functional Foods is introducing a protein bar formulated specifically to help promote sobriety by reducing alcohol absorption.
December 13, 2019
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